House Prices in Georgia

“Despite an overall positive outlook, there are several key macroeconomic vulnerabilities that would impact the financial sector: (…) Sudden decline in asset prices. As more than half of domestic private credit is backed by real estate, continued increases in real estate prices toward the pre-collapse level in 2008 could become a source of vulnerability,” says a new IMF report on Georgia.

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Labels: Global Housing Watch


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